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Will not fully boot

When powering up the Pentium 4 logo flashes then screen goes blank then the logo flashes again, and again. Bios screen still viewable.
Thanks, Jim

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Sir good day i had the same problem and what i did is i press f8 again and again upon start up until the options shows you might try selecting last known better configuration, or go to safe mode, and run a restore point of your liking date, if this two didnt work another thing you could do is put your operating system disk and reinstall it or repair it.. i hope this helps thank you and fixya..

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